• Jun 6, 2009
Ferrari F430 PC: Click above to view gallery

For Autoblog readers, cars and computers converge on a daily basis, but never like this. At Computex, creative PC packaging company Kimpro displayed an Intel Atom-based netbook (for the tech-challenged, that's an inexpensive laptop) that hides within the plastic of a Ferrari F430 GT. We don't know much about the company that produced this object of processing perfection, but we're pretty sure we could live with one of these babies for blog duty.

The tech geeks at Engadget tell us that Atom-based computers are anything but sprightly, making the choice of a toy Ferrari chassis a dubious one at best. We don't care, though, because how many exotics have two USB ports, DVI out, and an internal DVD burner? We just hope that the processor managed to find a home nestled between the rear wheels. Hat tip to Sea Urchin




[Source: Engadget]


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      • 5 Years Ago
      It's a nettop not a netbook! Still pretty awesome!
      • 5 Years Ago
      I would love to have one sitting on a coffee table for BS websurfing and a slick conversation piece... I guess I would get as much use out of it as most real Ferrari owners then, eh? OH!
      • 5 Years Ago
      thatd be great if it was also a remote control car..
        • 5 Years Ago
        +1 Awesome idea...
      • 5 Years Ago
      Pretty cool. A little too small for me...if I had one I wouldn't mind it being about the same size equal to surface area of a average desktop PC. Would make for great detail and conversation piece. Ferrari F1 car from 2008 would be sweeet

      "dude whats that?!"